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A new iPad Pro, MacBook and more should be on the agenda.
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Apple's hosting another event today, this time in Brooklyn, New York. The company teased the event earlier this month with a slew of artsy-looking Apple logos and the tagline "There's more in the making," and thanks to plenty of rumors, we have a good idea of what to expect. We're likely to see a new, nearly bezel-less iPad Pro with Face ID and maybe an updated iPad mini. Also expected to be on the docket is a new MacBook to replace Apple's MacBook Air and possibly some updated iMacs and AirPods too.

You can catch a livestream of the event here, and Apple recommends watching either through Safari or Microsoft Edge. You can also stream it to your Apple TV. And of course, we'll have a liveblog for you to follow along with as well.

Follow all the latest news from Apple's fall 2018 event here!

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